I got a call from my doctor yesterday: it’s not good news. ☹️ While I always have lung infections, one of my two bugs has suddenly become resistant to almost all antibiotics. I only have 1 option to use if I get sick. It used to be 3 or 4 I could use, so it’s totally random to suddenly change. It’s only a matter of time before it is 100% resistant and there’s nothing they can do if I get sick. I won’t be able to attend any Cystic Fibrosis events anymore, unless it somehow becomes sensitive again (small chance it can happen). It’s not contagious for normal people, just CF patients. I’ll find out what my action plan is in 3 weeks, a few days after my family vacation to Disneyland. I wish it was sooner. If they would take me, I’d drive the 6 hours right now with just the clothes on my back to talk this through and figure out what’s happening. ||| Working hard on my lungs! It takes me 2 1/2-3 hours in the morning and evening for a full set of breathing treatments: Albuterol with AeroBika, Sodium Chloride 7%, 40 minutes of Vest Machine, Tobramycin, Pulmozyme. An afternoon session is Albuterol with Aerobika, Sodium Chloride 7%, 40 minutes of the Vest Machine, and 10 more minutes of Aerobika. It takes 2 hours for the afternoon session. At the end of the day... it’s about 8 HOURS of treatments for my lungs. That’s the same as a full-time job! Not including diabetes care. If you wonder why I don’t attend school or have a job, that’s why. I haven’t been to the gym in a couple weeks because it’s been hard getting used to this constant care. I can either run errands or go to the gym, it seems like. I can’t be away from home for more than a few hours because my treatments only have about 2-3 hours between them, which is when I eat and shower and do a few chores. I don’t have time for much else. ||| I’m open to any and all advice in my situation. Foods, herbs, tinctures, essential oils, whatever. Send them my way!